Toe Rear Toe in More reduces over steer on entry and exit of corner Front Toe in Stable on straights corner exit

Toe Rear Toe in More reduces over steer on entry and exit of corner Front Toe in Stable on straights corner exit - Description

Smoother response More mid to late corner steering Camber Set for even tire wear Springs Stiffer More direct and responsive Sof ter More traction for bumpy or low grip situations Stiffer Front Less front traction less steering Softer Front More stee ID: 26251 Download Pdf

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Toe Rear Toe in More reduces over steer on entry and exit of corner Front Toe in Stable on straights corner exit

Smoother response More mid to late corner steering Camber Set for even tire wear Springs Stiffer More direct and responsive Sof ter More traction for bumpy or low grip situations Stiffer Front Less front traction less steering Softer Front More stee

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Toe Rear Toe in More reduces over steer on entry and exit of corner Front Toe in Stable on straights, corner exit. Smoother response. More mid to late corner steering Camber Set for even tire wear Springs Stiffer More direct and responsive Sof ter More traction for bumpy or low grip situations Stiffer Front Less front traction, less steering Softer Front More steering, mainly in middle of turn Stiffer Rear More Steering Softer Rear More rear traction, middle of turns, accelerating and bumpy sections Damping Heavier More stable and more smooth Softer Reacts quicker to inputs

Heavier Front Reduces over steer Softer Front Faster low speed steering, can be twitchy Droop Less Droop More responsive, more direct More Droop More travel on bumpy tracks, less responsive Less Front Droop, More Rear More aggressive steering May under steer mid corner as inside front lifts off surface More Front Droop, Less Rear More initial grip, and on exit. May over steer mid corner as inside rear lifts off surface Anti Squat More More sensitive to throttle, more steering under brakes, more exit power Less More side bite, on power and braking Caster More Caster High speed stability less

aggressive steering. Adds steering on corner entrance and exit. Higher speed stability, and steering Less Caster More direct steering, tighter, faster response. Less steering on corner entrance and exit. Lower speed response.
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Front Kick up (caster is constant) More Kick Better in bumps, easier to drive Less Kic More turn in steering. Dives less under brakes, lifts less while accelerating. Little more steering while braking and power on Upper Shock Location More inclined More progressive, smoother. More lateral grip Less inclined More direct, less side bi te Front more included

than Rear Smoother steering, More mid corner steering Rear more inclined that Front Aggressive turn in, less on mid and exit of corners. Higher rear side traction Camber Links Long Link A lot of body roll. More mid corner grip. Lowers Roll Center as suspension compresses. More RC change with compression so more roll. Shorter Link Reduces roll tendency. Less mid corner grip. Higher Roll Center as suspension compresses. Less RC change with compression so less roll. Parallel Deeper roll. Feels more consistent. Slower to transition due to depth of roll. Lowers Roll Center. Angled Shallower roll.

More initial and exit grip, less mid corner. Chassis will not roll as far but will transition faster. Raises Roll Center. Longe r Front More mid corner steering. Shorter Front Little more turn in, exit steering. Less mid corner steering Longer Rear More entrance exit traction. Progressive break away. Shorter Rear Less mid corner steering. Angled Front Aggressive turn in, exit . Front rolls less, less mid corner grip Angled Rear More planted rear end while turning in, exit. Rear rolls less, less mid corner grip Ackermann / Hub Carrier Inside Ackermann Forward Hub Equal steering of wheels.

Smooth and neutral steering thr ough the whole corner Inside Ackermann Back Hub Different steering of wheels, inner wheel closes in more. Steering into corner is smoother. Steering in mid corner and exiting corner is more aggressive Outside Ackermann Forward Hub Same as Inside Acke rmann, Forward Hub (above), except effect is more exponential. Outside Ackermann Back Hub Same as Inside Ackermann, Back Hub (above), except effect is more exponential.